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Dog Areas in Monee

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The village of Monee in Will County is a small, quiet community. Although dogs may not join you in parks in the city limits, there are six dog exercise areas in the county. Dogs are permitted in most county parks and on trails, provided they're restrained on a leash no longer than ten feet.

Take a drive about ten miles northwest from Monee to Hunters Woods County Forest Preserve when you want to get out in nature with your pup. This 43-acre forest and wetland area offers a natural surface trail and shoreline fishing. Make sure you pick up any waste when you visit this park with your pooch.

Another natural area to explore with your four-footed friend is the Laughton Preserve.  Located about 14 miles southwest of Monee, this 430-acre facility protects a section of Forked Creek and the surrounding forested habitat. Spend time exploring this undeveloped area with your canine companion.

Pack your tent and your special pal in the car and head about 9.5 miles southeast to the Goodenow Grove Nature Preserve campsite. In this 891-acre facility, you and Fido can go hiking on the trails in the preserve. Make sure you keep your pup on a leash and clean up any messes while in the preserve.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Monee

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    Population Density 82/sq mi

    #1 Heatherbrook Estates

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    Heatherbrook Estates, in the southern part of Monee, is a pawtastic area to bring Fido. When you want to get out into nature with your canine pal, head over to Monee Resevoir. This 248-acre facility includes picnic areas, a fishing lake, and 1.66 miles of natural trails. You and your pooch can go hiking or running through the wetlands and forested areas. Watch for mink and a variety of birds in this outdoor paradise. The preserve also offers canoes and rowboats for rent so that you and your furry friend can launch out into the water. Remember to obey leash laws and to pick up any messes.
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    Population Density 3,487/sq mi

    #2 Walker's Grove

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    Take Fido about eight miles northwest from the neighborhood of Walker's Grove to Sauk Trail Reservoir for a puptacular outdoor adventure. Wander along the trails of this 242-acre wetland area with your furry friend. You're welcome to bring your pup along, provided you keep him on a leash that's no longer than ten feet. Follow the trail over to Commissioner's Park and extend your jog or hike in this 60-acre site. If you have an annual membership to the Frankfort Bark Park, located in this facility, you can let your pup have some off-leash play time with other four-footed members!
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    Population Density 5,151/sq mi

    #3 Country Meadows

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    When you want to explore nature with your canine companion, drive about eight miles northeast from Country Meadows to Sauk Trail Woods. With 630 acres of forest and 3.5 miles of paved trails in this expansive facility, you and your furry friend will have ample opportunity to get some fresh air and exercise. You can extend your jog or hike by linking to another 1.5-mile trail that wanders through the King's Grove Forest Preserve. Leashed dogs are allowed to accompany you on the trails. Be sure you and your pup stay on the right side, as these pathways are shared with bicyclists.
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    Population Density 525/sq mi

    #4 Eagle Fair Estates

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    Load your pooch in the car and drive north about eight miles to the Old Plank Road Prairie Nature Preserve. Here, you and Fido will be able to hop on the Old Plank Road Trail. This 22-mile path stretches from Chicago Heights to Joliet. Take a walk or jog through a blend of residential neighborhoods, commercial areas, and natural spaces. While you're in the nature preserve, look for wildlife such as bald eagles and beavers. Dogs are permitted to join you on the trail, provided that you keep them on a leash and that you pick up their waste.
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    Population Density 2,465/sq mi

    #5 Monee Fairground

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    From the Monee Fairground neighborhood, you and Fido can take a drive about 11 miles southwest to the Wayne Lehnert Preserve for a pawtastic outdoor adventure. This 81-acre undeveloped area protects a portion of the South Branch Forked Creek. Go exploring in the forest areas and enjoy one-on-one time with your special pal. Remember to keep your pup on a leash that's up to ten feet long and to clean up any waste. Because this isn't a dog park, you'll need to bring your own supplies, like drinking water and doggie waste bags.
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